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Nov 2, 2013 4:00pm EDT
hands and outsource dozens of cases to massachusetts and new hampshire. and that left in just one case, you know, a dozen individuals who were engaged in foreclosure litigation faced with the prospect of driving to concord for their trial. in utah, a father had to wait four and a half years for a jury verdict on a case involving a gas can that exploded and killed his 2-year-old daughter and badly injured his other child. if you're a giant corporation, if you're an insurance company, a wall street bank, you can afford to wait four and a half years, mirgt not be great but you can do it. if you're a parent, someone trying to stand up against discrimination or a small business, this tilts the playing field way, way against you. >> well, and you know, when you we look at the broader context, so the vacancies that we have under president obama, again, this means that there is a backlog despite what the republicans want to say of vacancies and you have had everyone from chief justice john roberts to the president of the aba, i'll read something chief justice roberts said. the vital resource n
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